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William Starling (search for this): article 13
Fatal accident. --A fatal accident occurred at the headquarters of the Renal Guards, yesterday afternoon. It appears that two of the members, named Wm. Starling and Warren Cooper, were sculling playfully, when a gun in the hands of Copper was accidentally fired, striking Starling in the left breast and killing him instantly.--Columbia Carolinian, 25th Fatal accident. --A fatal accident occurred at the headquarters of the Renal Guards, yesterday afternoon. It appears that two of the members, named Wm. Starling and Warren Cooper, were sculling playfully, when a gun in the hands of Copper was accidentally fired, striking Starling in the left breast and killing him instantly.--Columbia Carolinian, 25th
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Fatal accident. --A fatal accident occurred at the headquarters of the Renal Guards, yesterday afternoon. It appears that two of the members, named Wm. Starling and Warren Cooper, were sculling playfully, when a gun in the hands of Copper was accidentally fired, striking Starling in the left breast and killing him instantly.--Columbia Carolinian, 25th